America and Russia: Permanent Confrontation?
At a time of great uncertainty in the U.S.-Russia relationship, the National Interest has taken a close look at the inherent risks and opportunities.
The September/October 2017 issue of the National Interest features a symposium from eleven experts, answering the question, “Is there a real chance to improve U.S.-Russia relations in a way that serves U.S. interests, or is the relationship doomed to confrontation?”
Entries will be published over the coming days (please check this page daily), including:
• Dimitri K. Simes: “The Costs of Ignoring Russia”
• Graham Allison: “America and Russia: Back to Basics”
• Zalmay Khalilzad: “The Path to U.S.-Russia Cooperation”
• Dov S. Zakheim: “America and Russia: Time to Come Clean”
• Angela Stent: “America and Russia: Same Old, Same Old”
• Robert W. Merry: “Stop Poking the Russian Bear”
• Robert Legvold: “Getting America and Russia Back to Normal”
• Eric Edelman: “Is a U.S.-Russia Reset Possible?”